Sherry and Rob talk about the downside of good things. Sherry uses the example of founders experiencing growth and success in their businesses but it also causing disruptions. They talk openly about the reality that even really good things can still cause stress and what to do, and how to prepare.
Rob and Sherry talk about the process of getting settled into a new place. They speak from their own experiences, making points that can help people deal with all different types of traditions in life.
Rob and Sherry talk about Rob’s company Drip, being acquired by LeadPages, and the struggles they had to face during the process of the acquisition. Rob shares insights of the negotiation timeline and how if personally affected him, the stresses he had to deal with, and how it therefore affected the family. Sherry gives her side of the story and what she did to prepare for a possible move while not being able to make the news public.
Rob and Sherry talk about the significance of their beach apartment they own as a second home. They talk about how they use it as their “happy place” and make it a routine part of their lives to go there and escape the stresses of life. They discuss the importance of finding a place that makes you feel blissful and making it a regular part of your own life.
Rob and Sherry talk about their favorite tactics for mastering stress.
Rob and Sherry discuss Rob’s decision to sell his application HitTail and what his fears, thought process, and takeaways were. They also reveal some of the conversations that took place when making the decision with their family life in mind.